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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Science Stories: Caring for very sick babies: how can we know when to let them go?

Described in an independent review as ‘a unique and invaluable contribution to the literature on paediatric decision-making’, a new book by the Robinson Institute’s Dominic Wilkinson was officially launched this week prior to the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand Congress in Adelaide. ‘Death or Disability? The ‘Carmentis Machine’ and decision-making for critically ill […]

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Dominic Wilkinson is praised for his paediatric clinical ethics book

Clinical ethics is the study of, and response to, situations of moral complexity. It is a broad discipline and those who write about difficult decisions are not always seen as helpful to those charged with making difficult decisions. Nowhere are the decisions more difficult than in paediatrics. Dominic Wilkinson is a relatively rare creature in […]

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Clipsal Ladies Day is a $19,000 success

On 28 February the Robinson Institute attended the Clipsal Ladies Day Lunch as a recipient organisation of funds raised. The day was a huge success with over $19,000 donated to the Robinson Foundation as a result of ticket sales and a live auction on the day. A special thanks must go to Lasertech Clinic for generously donating […]

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